Zero-emission JLGs for Saudi media sector

Ejar, the Saudi Arabia distributor for JLG has delivered 16 electric-powered models for use in the entertainment industry.

Neom Media Company has taken delivery of four units each of the EC600SJ boom lift, X26JP compact crawler, ERT4069 rough terrain scissor and E450AJ boom lift, to the customer’s locations in Sharma Village and Bajdah Desert Studios for use on two projects.

“This zero-emission fleet includes the newly launched electric rough terrain scissors, which will play a significant role in helping Neom’s vision for engineering a sustainable society,” said Mohamad Lakis, JLG head of sales for MEA & Turkey.

The new models are the first aerial platforms to be acquired by Neom Media Company and Ejar has delivered them with support including operator training and maintenance, along with service engineers, which was key to securing the deal.

EJAR supplies a diverse range of new, used and rental equipment for a variety of industries, including general construction, industrial manufacturing, food and drinks, events, oil and gas, and mining.

“Our recent collaboration with Neom Media Company marks a significant stride towards sustainable innovation. This milestone delivery showcases our commitment to excellence and underscores our dedication to zero emissions,” said EJAR general manager Khaled Kamal.

“We recognised the vital role of skilled operators and provided comprehensive support and tailored training to ensure the seamless integration of these electric-powered units into Neom Media’s workflow.”

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